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IF F v o w s t o f i g h t r e c o r d s t a t e f i n e By A lice G allagher UNION BEACH International F lav o rs and F ragran ces Inc. plans to fight a record $2.55 m illion fine levied last w eek by the S tate D ept, of E n vi­ ron m en ta l P r o tectio n for p ollu tion of R aritan Bay. The D E P a sse sse d IF F $5.1 m illion in fines and ordered the com pany to halt the disch arge of hazardous su b stan ces into the bay. IF F has 30 d ays from receip t of the viola­ tion n otice to pay $2.55 m illion or the D E P w ill seek the entire $5.1 m illion penalty in court, according to D E P sp ok esm an G eorge Klenk. IF F V ice P resid en t W illiam D alton said that he received the notice y esterd a y , but IF F ’s N ew York headquarters m ay h a v e re ­ ceived it M onday. D alton called the fine “ arb itrary” and “ e x c e s s iv e .” “ The a ssessm en t of a fin e,” he said, “ is not ju stified .” IF F officials m aintain that a 1982 ad­ m in istrative .consent order regu lated d is­

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ch arges trom the co m p a n y ’s arom a ch em ­ ical plant, and the firm has not violated the order. A fter “ u n su ccessfu l n eg o tia tio n s” with the D E P on the con sen t order, D alton said, IF F filed suit July 18 in Superior Court in Trenton seek in g a declaratory judgem ent. D alton stressed that IF F w as contesting the fine only. “ W e’re com m itted to go ahead with the rem ed ial a ctio n s,” he sa id v “and plan to conduct a study of conditions a t the arom a ch em ica l p lan t.” The consent order allow ed a 15 percent d isch arge into the bay, requiring IF F to catch and treat 85 percent of its ground w ater runoff. G roundwater is pum ped to IF F ’s pre­ treatm en t facility, and the effluent is then pum ped to the B aysh ore R egional S ew erage Authority for further treatm ent. A telegram order sen t by the D E P Nov. 22 ordered IF F to red u ce the am ount of d is­ ch a rg e into the bay. The order w as prom pted by a D E P in sp ec­ tion that reportedly revealed an unperm it­

ted d isch arge into the bay. The D E P con­ tends that IF F violated the N .J. Water Pollution Control Act and the N .J. Spill C om pensation and Control A ct, a s w ell as the consent order. D E P sp ok esm an Loretta O’Donnell said at the tim e that IF F w as not in com pliance w ith the con sen t order at the tim e of the N ovem ber inspection. “ A se e p a g e condition” at the ch em ical plant w as corrected D ec. 26, according to a sta tem en t from IFF. The D E P ’s inspection c a m e one month after county o fficials entered the IF F plant w ith a sea rch w arrant looking for a pipe they su sp ected w as discharging ch em icals into the bay. • A ccording to County P rosecutor John A. K aye, sa m p les taken from the bay con­ tained sign ifican t am ounts of benzene, a carcinogen, and other prohibitive ch em i­ cals. K aye said sev era l w eek s ago that the county would seek an indictm ent again st IF F for a lleged en vironm ental crim es, after the issu e of the consent order w as settled.

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F ir e M a h a n , H a z le t s o c c e r g r o u p d e m a n d s By Glenn Smith HAZLET The tw o-year battle betw een the township and the H azlet T ravelin g Soccer Club over the u se of m unicipal soccer fields esca la ted this w eek when the HTSC ca lled for the res­ ig n a tio n of K ay M a h a n , r e c r e a t io n director.. M ichael M ulvey, HTSCpresident, sen t a letter July 15 to M ayor R ichard Stair ch arg­ ing that Mahan has “ intentionally hurt HTSC” and has “ used the H azlet Township R ecreation Tax E xem p t N um ber to m ake p rivate p u rch ases.” (The letter appears on P a g e 4) M ulvey’s letter urged the tow nship to “ im m ediately suspend Ms. Mahan, conduct an investigation into her action s and, if found guilty, term in ate her." A s of last night. M ayor Stair said, the township is not planning to take legal action on M ulvey’s allegation s.

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T he K eyport m u n ic ip a l b oat < ram p is finished, b u t c a n n o t he used .vet b ecau se a channel leading to it has not been d r e d g e d . A nd. borough officials say the ram p sitelj has begun to de­ te r io r a te . T he i borough a lso is d isp uting " extra c o s t s ” that th e J. K EN NED Y con tractor cla im s .'••to n e c e ssa r y , according to Borough \d n iiu istra to r John Kennedy .................... .22 Tfee M ataw an R egional Board ol Education last w eek began m oving of­ fic e s into the renovated C am bridge Park School as part of its plan to reorganize (hr d istrict in Septem h er . 12 B usiness and Heal Kstate . ■■. ■ , . . .. .31 B usiness .S ervices............ Ctas'stftedV. .................... C rossw ord ..........................

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N egotiations broke down after a May 14 m eetin g ol the S tate Dept, of E nivronm ental P rotection and township officials. D uring the m eetin g, a $5,000 m ain ten an ce fee for use of the tow nship’s so ccer com plex w as approved. The com p lex w as built with sta te Green A cres funds. The township dem anded that HTSC pay half the fee—$ 2 ,5 0 0 -a n d that the Hazlet Youth Soccer A ssn. pay the other half.

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M ulvey called the fee "exorbitant and discrim inatory" b ecause at that tim e the HTSC had only 13 tea m s com pared to 90 in the HYSA. Later, in a m em o from C om m itteem an John B radshaw , the fee w as am ended to $2,250. HTSC refused to pay the fee. Both the township and HTSC have since decided to rely on their attorneys to n egotiate an agreem ent. A ccording to M u lvey’s letter, attorneys for both sid es requested that everyone refrain from m aking statem en ts intended to ca u se "hard feelin gs." • M ulvey contends that Mahan ca st the first stone. Mahan has denied HTSC a perm it to host

its annual Labor D ay T ournam ent, he said, and sh e asked the County Park S ystem to re­ quire HTSC to obtain a food handler’s cer­ tificate for its refreshm ent stand at the tournam ent, which w ill be held at Thom pson Park, Middletown. M ulvey said Mahan has not m ad e sim iliar requests of other groups. ' A pparently," M ulvey .wrote, “ keeping us out of town w as not quite good en ou gh .” M ulvey also contends that Mahan allow ed HYSA to use the tow nship’s tax exem p t num ber to purchase trophies. A ccording to M ulvey, the trophies cost the tow nship $1,500 to $2,000. M ulvey has sent copies of the letter to Mahan, the D E P , the County P ark S ystem , the State Dept, of Taxation, the Internal R evenue S ervice, and local new spapers.

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Mahan declined com m ent. “ I’ve been with the tow nship for 16 y ea rs," she said. “ E veryon e here knows my reputation." ' The a llegation s ag a in st M ahan co m e dur­ ing a lull in the battle betw een the township and HTSC.

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By Christopher Hand The M ataw an H ealth D ept, has reissu ed a w arning a g ain st eatin g fiv e kinds of fish cau ght in R aritan an d Sandy Hook bays: Citing possible PCB contam ination, the departm ent w arned resid en ts not to ea t blue fish, w hite perch, w hite catfish , striped b ass, and A m erican eel caught in the bays. Health O fficer Stephen J. P apenberg said the w arning has been in effect sin ce January 1983. Pap en b erg said he distributed flyers July 7 containing the w arning in the borough halls of Union B each, K eansburg, Keyport,. and other towns serv iced by the M atawan Health D ept., b eca u se there has not enough public a w a ren ess about the contam ination. ‘T v e talked to people who w ere fishing in Sandy Hook B a y ,” he said, “ and th ey've told m e they had no idea there w ere w arn­ ings about eatin g the fish .” The a d v iso ry r e c o m m en d s p reg n a n t w om en, nursing m others, w om en of child­ bearing a g e, and young children not eat the : five sp ec ie s of fish b eca u se of PCB con­ tam ination. The health e ffe c ts a sso cia ted with PCB contam ination include liver d am age, repro­ duction disorders, skin lesions, and cancer. The ad visory recom m en d s that everyon e else ea t only one m ea l per w eek of the fish. PCBs or polychlorinated bipheyls are a group of syn th etic com pounds used for heat tran sfer sy stem s, hydraulic fluids, and elec trical com ponents found in television sets, transform ers, and air conditioners, accord ­ ing to a report by B ruce Ruppel, of the S tate

O ffice of S cien ce and R esearch. The dum ping of PCBs in area w aters has been prohibited sin ce 1976, according to the report, “ F ish in g G uidelines for New J ersey W aters,” but tons of PCBs stored in sed i­ m ent prior to the ban continues to con­ tam in ate the fish, the report states. R uppel’s report m aintains that unless the PCB is clean ed up, it w ill rem ain in local w a ters for the next 20 y ears. To reduce PCB contam ination, Ruppel recom m ends clean in g fish by rem oving only the fillet section s for eating, and trim m ing

aw ay the belly flap, back strap, skin, and lateral lines. For blue fish, he recom m en ds eating only ones that are under six pounds or 24 inches in length. To cook the fish, he recom m ends m ethods rem oving fats, w here the PC Bs are stored, by broiling on an elevated rack, boiling in w ater, or canning fish w ithout skins. "In all c a ses, do not u se the liquid that contains the oils and fats as a food ite m ,” the report states. “ In addition, coatings w hich hold in oil or fats should also be avoid­ ed." •

Board declares deadlock in teacher contract talks Bv C am ille Thom as MATAWAN The M ataw an R egional T eachers Assn. has been without a contract sin ce June 30, and b ecau se n egotiations have reached an im p asse, no new' bargaining sessio n s have been scheduled. After three m eetin gs, negotiators for the Board of E ducation d eclared an im p asse June 24 and ask ed the Public E m ploym ent R elations C om m ission to appoint a m edia­ tor, said M arie P an os. MRTA president. PE R C is exp ected to decide by the end of this w eek w hether it w ill appoint a m ediator send both parties back to the bargaining

table, said Tim Hundley, ch ief P E R C m e­ diator. “We have received notice of im p a sse ,” Hundley said, “ but other than that, I really ca n ’t d iscu ss the situ ation .” The issu e w hich cau sed the im p asse, P anos said, is the distribution of $25,000 in sta te aid, m ade availab le to im p lem en t a m inim um startin g salary of $18,500 per year for teachers. The MRTA, P anos said, w ants the m oney distributed equally am ong its 355 m em b ers, increasing each salary by about $70. "This is absolutely a terrible w a ste of tim e," sh e said.

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Amusement park to mark 82nd anniversary F o r A d s T h a t G e t R e s u lts C a ll 739-1010

Boardw alk to salute past w ith p a rty By Seam u s M cGraw KEANSBURG It’s been 82 y e a rs sin ce W illiam G ehlhaus, a shrew d N ew Y ork b u sin e ssm a n , first se t foot on P oint Com­ fort. At the tim e, the point w as little m ore than a r ise of dunes overlooking R aritan B ay. B ut w ith a little hard work and vision, G ehlhaus knew that the tiny plot of land could b ecom e a gold m ine. He en listed the aid of a few of his friends and financed the construction of a sm a ll boardw alk. The p erim eter of the point w a s filled in, and

Keyport man killed Thursday in auto accident WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP A 22-year-old Keyport m an w as killed ea rly Thursday w hen the ca r h e w a s driving struck a guardrail on the N ew J e r se y Turnpike. A nthony R. D iLauro of B eers Street, a sa le sm a n for T om s Ford, K eyport, w as pronounced dead on arrival a t H a m il t o n H o s p i t a l , H a m ilt o n Square. A p assen ger, M ichael K setka, w as treated and relea sed , a hospital sp ok esm an said. A c c o r d in g to p o l i c e reports, D iLauro w a s tra v el­ ing north on the turnpike a t 1:40 a .m . w hen he apparent­ ly fell a sleep a t the w heel an d h it a g u a r d r a il a t m ilepost 62.1. The tw o m en w ere taken to H am ilton H osp ital, w h ere D iL au ro w a s p ronounced dead sh ortly after 3 a.m . S ta te T ro o p er B ru ce Skelton is investigatin g.

the b u sin essm en installed a pier w hich jutted n early 2 00 feet out into the bay. A ferry, the City of K eans burg, n am ed for the new resort, began d aily operation b etw een the B attery in low er M anhattan and w hat is now the Borough of Keansburg. N ew Y orkers by the thou­ s a n d s t h r o n g e d to th e “ b r e e z y s h o r e s o f N ew J e r se y .” On any su m m er day, hun­ dreds of bathers w ould frolic in the bay, protected from the odd shark by shark-proof netting. H o te ls a n d c o n c e s s io n stan d s flourished along the boardw alk. B y th e 1930s, K eansburg had firm ly estab lish ed itself a s the principal reso rt on the northern J e r se y shore. W orking m en and their fa m ilies, m an y from north­ ern N ew J ersey built sm a ll su m m er bungalow s in the borough. On su m m er w eek ­ ends, they would pack the fa m ily into the ca r and travel sc e n ic R oute 36 to relax a t the B ayshore. B u t by th e 1960s, the K eansburg boardw alk began to d eclin e. In 1962, H urricane Donna d em olished the steam b oat pier. T he ferry betw een N ew York and the borough cea sed operation. With the opening of the G arden S tate P ark w ay, the d is t a n c e b e tw e e n n o rth J e r se y and the southern

J e r se y sh ore w as com ­ p ressed . S easid e P ark, P oint P lea sa n t, and points south suddenly w ere m ore a c c e ss i­ ble. B y the early 1970s, the K ean sb u rg A m u sem en t P ark w as a ll but dead. But a local b u sin essm an, Al R eid, refu sed to g iv e up. In 1973, R eid, and h is part­ ner Grand Cantalupo, pur­ ch a sed the a m u sem en t park from G ehlhaus’ son, Henry. F or the p a st 13 y ea r s, th ey h a v e worked to turn the park around. T heir efforts, R eid said, a re paying off, and the park is com in g back. A ccording to R eid, the K ean sb u rg A m u sem en t P ark is now the second la rg est a m u sem en t en tity on the sta te—secon d only to S ea sid e P ark. C o n c e ssio n sta n d s , a r ­ ca d es, and a m u sem en ts are beginning to flourish again. R eid has outlined plans to rebuild the old steam b oat pier. “ We a ll h a v e fond m em o ­ ries of the old ferry ,” he said. " With a little luck, R eid said , he hopes to rev iv e it. “ T hat’s w hy w ere rebuild­ ing the p ier ,” h e said . R eid se e s the borough, and the a m u sem en t pier in par­ ticular, a s a v ital part of the revitalization of the B ay­ sh ore— a revitalization that, h e sa y s, m u st recogn ize its past. In an effort to acknow l-

ed g e that p ast, R eid has ar­ ranged an 82nd birthday par­ ty for the K eansburg A m use­ m en t P ier. The party is sch eduled to run from noon to m idnight M onday. The 84th R egim en tal P ip ­ e rs, a bagpipe band, w ill per­ form . B enji “ the lovable park d og,” w ill distribute g ifts to children. All rides a t the park w ill c o st 50 cents. Hot d ogs, h am burgers, piz­ za, ice crea m , and sod a, in m any c a se s , w ill a lso cost ju st 50 cen ts. “ It’s ju st our w ay of thank­ ing a ll the people who h ave co m e out over the y e a r s ,” R eid said.

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New ferry service may be expanded parking sp a ces, the serv ice wouldn’t w ork .” Kennedy said there are three a rea s in the borough that could possib ly used for com m u ter parking—a por­ tion of Y e C ottage Inn park­ ing lot, the m ain m unicipal parking lot, and a parking area behind stores on W. F ront Street. Although K ennedy said he did not know how m an y parking sp a ces w ere a v a ila ­ b le, Shaffery sa id that Ken­ nedy told him that approx­ im ately 2 00 sp a ces could be provided. Sea L ines Corp. of L ittle F a lls h as a lso p resen ted a ferry proposal to the council, Kennedy said , and plans to subm it a w ritten pospoal. “ S ea L ines is proposing a PAUL SH A FFE R Y la rg er op eration ,” he said. E n terp rises, ow ner of the “ T h ey’re talking about a K eansburg P ier. p ossib ility of 600-700 co m ­ A ccording to Shaffery, the m u ters.” com pany is preparing a w rit­ A ccording to Sea L ines of­ ten proposal to subm it to the ficia ls, the com pany would K eyport Borough Council. acquire land on R oute 36 to The proposal w ill include the provide a parking lot. U nder D irect L ine’s pro­ resu lts of a parking and traf­ fic su rv ey conducted by D i­ p o sa l, S h a ffery sa id , the com pany w ould consider im ­ rect Line. “T he w hole proposal hing­ proving the parking fa cili­ es on the ava ila b ility of park­ ties or m aking so m e other in g ,” sa id John K ennedy, cap ital im provem ents. H e noted that the boats K eyport b u sin ess ad m in is­ would be docked at Channel trator. “ If th ere’s not enough

By A lice G allagher R E D BANK O fficials of D irect Line C om m uter S ervice are hop­ ing to expand their com m u t­ er ferry ser v ic e throughout the B ayshore. “We w ould lik e to provide se rv ice from K eyport and K eansburg,” said P au l J. Shaffery, v ic e presiden t of D irect Line. “W e’ve con­ ducted m arket and fea sib ili­ ty studies, and the dem and is there. P eo p le w ant a com ­ m uter ferry se r v ic e .” D irect Line began its first fe r r y s e r v ic e la s t w eek , transporting nearly 45 com ­ m uters from the Clam Hut pier in H ighlands to P ie r 11 in M anhattan. The tw o boats w hich m ake the*trip—the L ittle M and the Catherine J—h ave a com ­ bined total cap acity of 90 p assen gers. The round-trip fare is $25 and a one-w ay trip tak es ap proxim ately 50 m in­ utes. T he L ittle M took its m aiden v o yage a w eek ea r­ lier, carryin g journalists and local officials, who applaud­ ed the service. D irect L ine rep resen ta ­ tives h ave already m et w ith K ey p o rt o ff ic ia ls an d a rep resen tative of GrandAl

Holmdel zoners delay vote on conversion of old church bara R usso, lor use a s an art studio, called The Art Class Inc. S p ace would also be lea sed to M aryann U glialoro for use a s a rem ed ial tutoring and enrichm ent serv ice , called B a sics and Beyond. U glialore also has an a p ­ plication before the board, w hich w ill be acted on as part of the P rim is ap p lica­ tion. P r im is p u r c h a s e d th e building from the township la st fall for $175,000. The church is listed in both the sta te and national h istor­ ic r e g i s t e r s . S tr u c t u r a l ch a n g es cannot be m ade w ithout approval by the Of­ fice of H istoric P r e ser v a ­ tion.

HOLMDEL A final decision on a pro­ posal to con vert the old D utch R eform ed Church to art studios and professional offices w as carried by the Zoning Board until Aug. 27. The board heard further testim ony on the project Ju­ ly 23, but postponed acting on the application until it could review recom m en d a­ tions by Township E ngin eer E dw ard B roberg, w ho did not attend the m eeting. T he o w n e r , L a n c e R. P rim is, 4 S ilver B each Ct., is seek ing use, sign, and bulk va ria n ces to con vert the 149-year-old ch u rch to a m ulti-use com plex. P rim is plans to le a se part of the building to his w ife, E llen, and her partner B ar­

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W illiam K. M adden, the a t­ torney resp resen tin g P rim ­ is, told the board the only e x ­ terior ch an ges planned for the structure a re gen eral repairs and a paint job M adden also said that he would in v estig a te the p ossi­ bility of r eesta b lish in g the original w rought iron fence w hich had surrounded the church, as the board re­ quested.

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Danger sign in bargaining C ontract talks betw een the M atawan R egional T each ers A ssn. and the Board of E ducation are not off to a good start. The board declared an im p a sse last m onth over a rela tiv ely m inor issu e, the distribution of $25,000 in sta te aid am ong the regional school d istrict’s 335 teachers. Six w eek s h ave elap sed sin ce the im p a sse w as declared, and the P ublic E m p loym en t R elations C om m ission has not appointed a m ediator. The union h as d em on strated in the past—notably in 1975 and 1977—that it w ill not work w ithout a contract, and there is not m uch tim e left before the scheduled reopen­ ing of schools in Septem ber. The two sid es h ave not y e t exch an ged con­ tract proposals. If the spirit of cooperation, w hich pre­ vailed from 1978 to 1984 betw een the MRTA and the board still p revailed , there m ight not be m uch ca u se for concern. But the MRTA has resu m ed its ad versar­ ial role in its relationship w ith both the board and adm inistrators. A con tract w ill not be ea sy to negotiate this year. If the deadlock in n egotiations is not brok­ en soon, the prospect of a job action w ill be real. The board and the MRTA should not w ait lor a m ediator to be appointed. They should resu m e negotiations im m ed iately.

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To sell men's clothes, talk to the lady It m a y be a lack of culture, but two of the things I lik e to do le a st is go to the b allet and shop for clothes. U nfortunately, those a re two of the Love of My L ife’s favorite things to do. We com p rom ise on th ese issu es. I a g r e e to a ccom p an y her to the ballet once a y ea r and shop for cloth es at le a st once ev ery two y ears. S om eone w iser than I would sp a ce out two unpleasant task s, but la st w eek w e did both in one d a y —shopping in the afternoon and going to the b a llet in the evening. “ I hope yo u ’ll su r v iv e ,” the L ove of My L ife said. I w ouldn’t m ind shopping for cloth es if I had som ething to sa y about the selection. But the Love of My L ife is convinced that bag lad ies on Forty-Second Street h ave bet­ ter ta ste in cloth es than I do. So, sh e and the lucky sa lesm a n d ecid e w hat m y w ardrobe w ill contain. The sa le sm a n is lucky b eca u se n ever is his job ea sie r than w hen he w aits on the L ove of My Life. All he needs to m ak e the b ig g est sa le of his y ea r is a few k ey phrases. If he sa y s, “ This is his co lo r,” w hen I try on a ja ck et, he can ring up one sale. If he sa y s, “ This cut is perfect for h im ,” he can ring up another sale. A ca su a l com m en t that “ this su it can be worn all y e a r ” w ill en title him to sta rt think­ ing about m aking his m onthly quota in one day, and if he happens to point out that another su it m ak es m e look distinguished, he can sta rt d ream ing about a bonus. “ What am I going to do w ith all th ese su its? ” I ask ed the L ove of My Life. “ Y ou’re going to w ear th e m ,” sh e said. “ My clo set is filled w ith su its,” I pointed out. “ M ost of th e m ,” sh e said, “ a.re from the year of the flood. It’s about tim e you started throw ing out so m e th in g s.” “ All of those su its,” I said, “ a re perfectly g ood .” “ M ost of th em ,” sh e countered, “ have been out of sty le for y ea rs, and m ore than a few no longer fit y o u .” I could h a v e argued the sty le issu e, but the fit w as another m atter. W hatever w eigh t I h ave gain ed in recent y ea rs has been added to the area betw een m y ch est and m y w aist. “ The w a ist could be let out on so m e of m y p a n ts,” I su ggested .

“ There is not enough m aterial to let out for them to fit you ,” sh e said. 1 sw itch ed to the cost issue. “ We ca n ’t afford all of th ese su its,” I said. “ I’ve been putting aw ay a little m oney ev ery w e ek ,” sh e said . “T his is m y trea t.” R ecognizing d efeat, I agreed to try on the suits for the tailor who would alter them . F irst, I tried on the suit w hich the sa lesm a n said had the cut w hich is p erfect for m e. The tailor began m arking the ja ck et for alterations. “ L engthen the left s le e v e ,” he said to the sa lesm a n , who w as w riting the instructions. “ How can they m ake a ja ck et with uneven s le e v e s ? ” I asked. “ The s le e v e s ,” he said, “ are the sam e. Your arm s a re u n ev en .” Then, he began m arking the back of the ja ck et. B y the tim e he w as finished, I w as certain he had w ritten the D eclaration of In­ dependence on it. N ext, h e turned his attention to the trousers. L et out the w aist, he said. L et out the crotch, he continued. Let out the seat, he added. “ I thought this w a s the p erfect cu t,” I said to the sa lesm a n . “ With your b ody,” he said, “ this is as clo se to p erfect as w e can get. W ait until you try on the other su its. Y ou’ll se e w hat I m e a n .” He w ould not h ave had the audacity to say that w ithout the assu ra n ce that the Love of My L ife w as m aking all buying decisions. When w e had finished buying clothes, w e w ere ready for the ballet. The L ove of My L ife had obtained tickets a t half the price paid by the couple w e w ere m eetin g a t Lincoln Center. “ Half the p r ice,” sh e said proudly, “ and the se a ts a re in a b ox.” The sea ts w ere in a box—50 feet above the sta g e and a g a in st one w all of the auditor­ ium . One-third of the left sid e of the stage w as blocked from view . “ T ell m e w hether you ’re going to lean to the left or to the right,” said the m an sitting behind m e. “ Do I h ave to rtiake a ch o ice? ” I asked. “ T hat’s the w ay it w orks up h ere.” he said. “ You lean one w ay or the oth er.” “ Y ou’re lu ck y ,” said the w om an to m y right. “ I h ave to stand to see an yth in g.”

I con fess that I do not understand ballet. “ Why do you like it? ” I once ask ed a friend. “ Think of b ask etb all,” he said, “ and im ­ agin e Dr. J going up for one of his sp ec­ tacular shots. Then im agin e him landing on h is toes. T hat’s b a llet.” I w atched N uryev and tried to im agine Dr. J., but Rudy just couldn’t m atch D oc’s elevation. When I m entioned this to the Love of My Life, sh e said, “ What do you expect? H e’s 46 y ea rs o ld .” D uring the interm ission, I overheard b allet buffs poking fun at Rudy. But after the final curtain, the audien ce g a v e him a dozen curtain ca lls and show ered him with flow ers. "I don’t understand it,” I said to the Love of My Life. “ T hey’re show ing their appreciation for w hat h e’s m eant to b a llet,” sh e said. “ Dr. J. w ill call it quits long before he loses that m uch elev a tio n ,” I said.

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M a h a n c r itic iz e d The follow ing w as subm itted as an open letter to M ayor R ichard Stair and the H azlet T ownship C om m ittee. D ear M ayor and C om m itteem en, A s you a re aw are, H azlet Township has been in volved in a tw o y ea r con troversy w ith the H azlet T ravelin g Soccer Club (HTSC) over u se of the G reen A cres so ccer field s. T his c a m e about b eca u se Superinten­ dent of R ecreation , K ay M ahan and the R ecreation C om m ittee denied u se perm its to HTSC b eca u se w e w ould not a g r ee to pay an exorb itan t and d iscrim in atory fe e of $2,500. In a m em o from C om m itteem an John B radshaw this fe e w as am en d ed to $2,250 alon g w ith a deadline for paym ent, and w as again refu sed by HTSC for the sa m e reason. K ay M ahan and the Soccer W orkshop C om m ittee also im p osed num erous a r­ b itrary and cap riciou s restriction s (ie., 14-point proposal) w hich further prohibited HTSC u se of the soccer field s. Such fe e s and restriction s only apply to u se of the soccer fields and a re not required in order to u se any other recreation al fa cility in the town (i.e ., softb all fie ld s). T his d iscrim in atory treatm en t n ecessita ted our seek in g leg a l counsel to protect our rights and those of our children w ho w ished to p lay so c ce r in H azlet. Our a ttorn eys, in conjunction w ith the tow nship attorneys, a re still attem p tin g to r eso lv e the en tire issu e, contrary to w hat K a y M ahan h a s sta te d in th e lo c a l new spapers. In an effort to exp ed ite m atters and let tem p ers cool, attorneys for both sid es req u ested that a ll p arties concerned refrain from m aking sta tem en ts or doing things that w ould lead to igniting the em b ers of hard feelin g s and drive both sid es further apart, HTSC agreed w holeh earted ly w ith this concept and has abided by the request. U n f o r t u n a t e l y , H a z le t T o w n s h ip ’s Superintendent of R ecreation, K ay M ahan, d oes not feel bound by the req u est nor does sh e fe e l content to h ave cooler heads p revail. She has taken it upon h erself, un­ b iased a s sh e p ro fesses to be, to ca ll the

M onmouth County P ark S ystem and ad vise the people in ch arge there that if HTSC is to se ll food a t our Labor D ay T ournam ent, w hich w ill be held at T hom pson P ark, she b e lie v e s a food handler’s certifica te would be required by HTSC. A pparently, keeping us out of town w a s not quite good enough. Y ou se e , HTSC w as denied a p erm it by K ay M ahan to h ost our annual Labor D ay Tournam ent at the H azlet soccer fields. To quote M s. M ahan, “ HTSC has m ad e too m uch m on ey th ese past two y e a r s,” and the R ecreation C om m ittee decided to g iv e the H azlet Y outh Soccer A ssoc. (HYSA) a per­ m it for Labor D ay w eekend a s w ell a s Col­ um bus D ay w eekend, thereby exclud ing HTSC fro m a n y to u r n a m e n t h o lid a y w eekend on the H azlet soccer fields. HTSC voiced our objections to M s. M ahan b eca u se of this d iscrim inatory attitude, but our p lea s fell on d eaf ears. R ather than belabor the issu e, HTSC m ade application to T hom pson P ark in Lincroft, part of the Mon­ m outh County P ark S ystem , and w as granted a p erm it for the Labor D ay w eekend with approval to se ll refresh m en ts and T-shirts a t nom inal fees, a s is done at ev e ry other m ajor com p etitive soccer tour­ nam ent. HTSC h as stated rep eated ly that K ay M ahan is the ca u se of the so ccer problem in H azlet. Over the past tw o y ea rs, sh e has continually gone out of her w a y to inten­ tionally hurt HTSC and try to d iscredit our club. T his la test episode of callin g Thomp­ son P ark regarding HTSC having food handling ce r tifica tes for our tounam ent is not a concern of K ay M ahan, Superinten­ dent of H azlet R ecreation. It only substan­ tia tes our c la im s a s to w hat ex trem es she w ill go to try to hurt HTSC and, u ltim ately, our children. We would like to know if K ay M ahan has c o n c e r n e d h e r se lf w ith a ll th e oth er volu n teer groups in H azlet who h ave had oc­ casion to se r v e refresh m en ts a t their func­ tions. F or sta rters, how about the la st 15 y e a rs w ith HYSA and HYAL refreshm ent stands? How about cup cak es and coffee after Girl Scout or B oy Scout m eetin gs? How about PTO covered-dish affairs at the local schools? How about R aritan High

School booster clubs? How about a ll the p rivate, so cia l, and civ ic groups w ho utilize our fireh ou ses a n d /o r R ecreation C enter 1? How about the D em ocratic and R epublican p icn ics at V eteran ’s P ark? How about the H azlet P ool Club? The list could go on and on. W hat K ay M ahan should concern h erself w ith is doing her job w ithin the law . P erh ap s som eon e from the tow nship should check out w hy sh e has w rongfully allow ed private groups (i.e ., HYSA) to u se the H azlet Township R ecreation T ax E x em p t N um ber to m ak e p rivate pu rch ases (i.e., trophies) for their resp ectiv e organizations. This p ractice has been going on for several y e a r s . P e r h a p s th is a b u se of H a zlet T ow nship’s tax exem p t num ber w ould also ca u se so m e concern to the S tate of N ew J e r se y D ept, of Taxation. In our opinion, the office of superintendent of recreation has been abused and w e urge you and the Township C om m ittee to im ­ m ed iately suspend M s. M ahan, conduct an in vestigation into her action s and, if sh e is guilty, term in ate her. The m oney spent on K ay M ahan’s salary, plus the cost of the tow nship ca r at her disposal 24 hours a day, could be better s p e n t t o w a r d s r e c o n d i t i o n i n g th e deteriorating recreation al fa cilities that can be found tow nship-w ide. T hose neglected fa cilities a re further testim on y that Kay M ahan has not been doing her job. A s tow nship officials, you should be con­ cerned that the right kind of person g ets ap­ pointed to the position of superintendent of recreation -on e, w ithout preju d ice, who p o ssesses a p ositive and en th u siastic a t­ titude tow ard overseein g H azlet’s recrea­ tio n a l p r o g r a m s an d e n s u r in g th e ir availab ility to all township residents. M ichael A. M ulvey P resid en t, H azlet T ravelin g Soccer Club (Continued on P a g e 30)

CORRECTION The Independent Ju ly 9 reported an incor­ rect address in the w edding announcem ent of F aith F erran te and E dw ard Toth. The correct ad d ress is 187 B eers St., K eyport.

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The I n d e p e n d e n t ’s •‘W hat’s H appening” co l­ um n is published a s a free public serv ice to the com ­ m unity. An? organization in­ terested in having an ev en t appear in this colum n m ust subm it the inform ation be­ fore 5 p.m . F riday for publi­ cation the follow ing W ednes­ d a y . P u b lic it y r e l e a s e s should be m ailed to “ W hat’s H appening,” P.O . Box 81, Keyport, N .J. 07735.

T h e H a z le t L ib r a r y ’s hours during July and Au­ gust a re 1 to 9 p.m . Monday and W ednesday; 9 a.m . to 5 p .m . T uesday and Thurs­ day; 1 to 5 p.m . F riday ; and 9 a.m ! to 1 p.m . Saturday. The library is located at 251 M iddle Rd.

Story hours for pre-school children a re held at 11 a.m . and 2 p.m . T uesdays at the H azlet L ibrary, 251 M iddle Rd. R egistration is required. F o r m o r e in f o r m a tio n : 264-7164.

The Union Beach M issing and E x p lo ite d C h ild ren ’s C om m ission w ill m eet at 8 p.m . a t Borough Hall, 650 P oole A venue. The m eeting is open to the public.

The. M onm outh C ounty H istorical A ssn. is seek in g contributions for its seventh annual benefit auction, to be held Sept. 20 at the R um son Country Club. The a sso cia ­ tion needs furniture, rugs, s ilv e r , p a in tin g s, p rin ts, cera m ics, textiles, and good jew elry. The consignor will receiv e 75 percent of the sa le price, and the rem ain in g 25 percent will be a tax-deducti­ ble donation to the a sso c ia ­ tion. C onsignm ents can be arranged by callin g Joan Hanson at 842-0657, Linda King at 780-1423, M ary Lou Strong a t 291-2371, or the a s s o c i a t i o n ’s o f f i c e a t 462-1466. The St. M ary’s PTA Thrift Shoppe, M iddletow n, w ill sell all m erchan d ise at half­ price for tire~refliafflOer of the sum m er. The shop is open 9 a.m .-noon M ondays a n d W e d n e s d a y s . It is located in the rear parking lot of St. M ary’s Church, L e o n a r d v ille R o a d , N ew Monmouth. A reunion for all alum ni of Curtis High School, Staten Island, w ill be held Oct. 19 at the R ichm ond County Coun­ try Club. M ore inform ation can b e obtained by w riting to A. M cA uliffe, 66 R oss A ve., Staten Island, N .Y. 10306; or callin g 201-671-1598. T he M onm outh C ounty Board of Social S ervices is taking applications for the sta te ’s new M edically N eedy P rogram , w hich p rovid es som e m ed ical benefits to senior citizen s, the blind, the disabled, pregnant w om en, and children. T hey a re e lig i­ ble if they have high m ed ical bills and incom es just above the lim its for M edicaid and are not eligib le for w elfare. A pplication m ay be m ad e at the board’s m ain office in F reehold Township and at the outreach office, 282 Main St., K eansburg. The offices are open 8:30 a;m .-4 p.m . M o n d a y -F r id a y . A p p o in t­ m ents are not n ecessary. F o r m o r e in f o r m a tio n : 495-9000. ACROSS 1. Crunchy 6. Outdated 11. Annamese capital 12. Foreigners 14. Islet 15. Complain & Robin Williams role: 2 wds. 18. Turndown word 19. 20. Repetitive behavior 21. Type of elec. current: init. 22. Mindanao native

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A B asic Kayak Clinic w ill be conducted at 7 p.m . today and Sunday at Dorbrook Park, Colts N eck, by the M on m ou th C ounty P a r k S y stem . The fe e is $25. R egistration is required. For m ore inform ation: 842-4000. F o ssils for Kids w ill be conducted 9 a .m .-4:30 p.m . at the Holm del P ark A ctivity Center by the M onmouth County P ark S ystem . The fee is $16. R egistration is re­ quired. F or m ore inform a­ tion: 842-4000.

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Stories about crea tu res from the sea and land w ill be told 10-10:30 a.m . at the S p e r m a c e ti C ove V isito r C enter, Sandy Hook. R eser­ vations a re not needed for in­ dividuals. The program is free. For m ore inform ation: 872-0115. Q u e s t, th e fo r u m fo r sin gle, divorced, and w i­ dow ed a d u lts that m eets T h u r s d a y s a t th e f i r s t U nitarian Church, 1475 W. Front St., Lincroft, w ill hold a M id - S u m m e r ’s N ig h t D an ce at 8 p.m . R efresh ­ m en ts w ill be served . The donation is $4. A dm ission w ill be lim ited to the first 200 people. F a m ily D inosaur N ight w ill be held 7:30-9:30 p.m . at the H olm del P ark A ctivity Center by the .Monmouth County P ark S ystem . The fe e is $3.50 per person. R egistration is required. For m ore inform ation: 842-4000.

A free program on m akeup a n d s k in c a r e w ill b e presented at 7 p.m . at the M ataw an-A berdeen P u b lic L ibrary, 165 Main St. Beth G lic k m a n , p r e s id e n t o f E m ile e C osm etics, w ill be gu est sp eak er. For m ore in­ form ation: B onnie Chernin, 583-9100.

A free program on m akeup a n d s k in c a r e w ill b e presented at 7 p.m . at the M ataw an -A b erd een P u b lic Library, 165 M ain St. Beth G lic k m a n , p r e s id e n t o f E m ilee C osm etics, w ill be gu est speaker. F or m ore in­ form ation: B onnie Chernin, 583-9100.

A C a r d io p u lm o n a r y R esuscitation R a ce for Life, a fre e lifesa v in g course, will be sponsored 7-10 p.m . by M edigroup Inc., 223 Mon­ m outh R d., W. Long Branch. R e g istra tio n is req u ired : 229-8600.

C r e a tin g F lo w e r s an d Birds with O rigam i w ill be conducted at 7:30 p.m . a t the D o rb ro o k P a r k A c tiv ity Center, Colts N eck, by the M on m ou th C ounty P a r k S y stem . T he fee is $ 1 0 . R egistration is required. For m ore inform ation: 842-4000.

F ree high blood pressure screen in g for people aged 18-64 w ill be conducted 8 a.m .-noon at the Keyport Post O ffice, W. Front Street, by the Monmouth H yperten­ sion Control P roject. For m ore information: 747-1204. B a y s h o r e C o m m u n ity H ospital, Holm del, w ill hold an E xplorers P rogram open house at 7:30 p.m . in Con­ feren ce Room B. The pro­ gram is open to young people a g e d 14-21 w ho a r e in ­ terested in ca reers in health care. P aren ts a re invited. The m em bership fee is $10. F o r m o r e in f o r m a tio n : 739-5919

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Inform ation about a new g a str ic b ubble p roced u re w ill b e presen ted free to peo­ p le a t le a s t 40 p e r c e n t overw eigh t a t 7 p.m . in the c o n fe r e n c e room s at B a y sh o re C o m m u n ity H ospital, H olm del. F o r m ore inform ation: 739-5919.

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C ereal Box P uppets for c h il d r e n in grades kindergarten-5 w ill be held 10:30-11:15 a .m . at th e M ataw an-A berdeen P ublic Library, Main Street. It is part of a free program spon­ so red by th e G FW C M ataw an Junior W om an’s Club. C lasses are lim ited in size. To register: 583-9100.

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A b a sic kayak clin ic w ill be conducted at 7 p.m . today and Sunday at Dorbrook P ark, Colts N eck, by the County P ark S ystem . The fee is $25. R egistration is required. F or m ore infor­ m ation: 842-4000.

Friday August l S a b b a th s e r v i c e s w ill begin at 8:30 p.m . at T em ple Beth Ahm, 550 L loyd Rd., Aberdeen. A Junior R an gers pro­ gram for children aged 7-12 w ill be held 10 a .m .-2 p.m . at the S p erm aceti Cove Visitor Center, Sandy Hook. R eser­ vations and a paren t’s per­ m ission slip a re n ecessary. The program is free. For m ore inform ation: 872-0115. The M onouth C h em ical D epedency T reatm ent Cen­ ter w ill offer a free sem inar .6:30-9 pm . on the d isea se of co-dependency. T he sem inar a d d resses the fa m ily d isea se of alcoholism and how it af­ fe c ts children. The center is located at 152 C helsea A ve., Long Branch. F or m ore in­ form ation: 222-5190. F e e lin g G ood A bout Y o u r s e lf : W o rk sh op for W omen w ill be held 9:30 a .m .-2:30 p.m . at Brookdale C om m u n ity C ollege, L in­ croft, M iddletown. The fee is $18. To register: 842-1900, ex­ tension 315. “ The Third Man” with Joseph Cotton and Orson W elles w ill be show n a t 7:30 p.m . a s part of the F riday N ight F lick s Series at the Monouth County L ibrary’s E a stern B ranch, R oute 35, Shrew sbury. No registration is required.

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Saturday, August 2 A soccer clinic for m en and w om en coach es, par­ ents, and recreation, club, and school coach es of all lev els w ill be held 9 a .m .-l p.m . at the B rookdale Com­ m unity C ollege G ym nasium . The fee is $2 0 . F or m ore in­ form ation: F erris Antoon, 842-1866. W eight A w ay, a w eightlo s s p r o g r a m s t r e s s i n g behavior m odification, w ill hold open house at 10 a.m . in th e B la isd e ll C en ter for H ealth R esources at R iver­ view M edical Center, R ed Bank. F or m ore inform a­ tion: 530-2358. The M a tw a n J u n io r W om an’s Club w ill collect new spapers for recyclin g 9 a .m .-l p.m . at Strathm ore Shopping Center, R oute 34, M a ta w a n . R e sid e n ts a re ask ed to bundle new spapers instead of bagging them . P roceed s w ill benefit local charities. Jim Kovic, a painter and scu lp tor from H igh lan d s, w ill exhibit his work todayAug. 15 at the Art A lliance of M onmouth County, 101 Mon­ m o u th S t ., R e d B a n k . G allery hours a re noon-4 p.m . T u esd a y s-S a tu rd a y s. A dm ission is free. A w om ans health screen ­ ing clinic for residents of H olm del, K eansburg, K ey­ port, M ataw an, and Union B e a c h w ill b e h e ld 10 a . m . -1 : 3 0 p .m . a t th e M ataw an B orough H ealth D e p t ., 145 B r o a d S t ., M ataw an. The program is free, but an appointm ent is n ecessary. F or m ore infor­ m ation: 566-0740. The M ataw an F irst Aid Life M em bers A ssn. w ill hold a flea m arket 8 a .m .-4 p.m . at the M ataw an R ail­ road Station parking lot. Sp ace is $8 . F or r e se r v a ­ tions: Frank D ell, 566-1787. The rain date is Aug. 9.

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A puppet show w ill be held 1:30-2 p.m . at the Sper­ m aceti Cove V isitor Center, Sandy Hook. R eservations a r e n ot n e e d e d fo r in ­ dividuals. The program is free. For m ore inform ation: 872-0115.

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The Happy D ays String Band w ill play in concert 7-8:30 p.m . at the Hazlet V etera n s P a rk P a v illio n . The program is sponsored by the H azlet Township R ecrea ­ tion C om m ission.

A s u p p o r t g r o u p fo r graduates of Sm oke Stop­ pers w ill m eet at 10 a.m . in classroom 6 at R iverview M edical Center, R ed Bank. F o r m o r e in f o r m a t io n : 530-2417. S a b b a th s e r v i c e s w ill begin at 9:30 a.m . at T em ple Beth Ahm, 550 L loyd Rd., A b e r d e e n . M in c h a a n d m aariv w ill start at 5:30 p.m . T he G a rd en S ta te Nu V oice Club for la ry n g ec­ tom ees w ill m eet at 9 a.m . at R iverview M edical Center, Red Bank. For m ore infor­ m ation: E d S aville, 566-6632.

Sunday, August 3 The S h ore F ib e r A rts Guild w ill d em onstrate their skills, going from sh eep to sh aw l noon-4 p.m . at the N ature Center, P oricy P ark, Oak Hill Road, M iddletown. The program is free; no registration is required. For m ore inform ation: 842-5966. Starting Over Singles w ill hold a dance at 8 p.m . at the Shore P oint Inn, R oute 35, H azlet. A dm ission, w hich in­ cludes a buffet, is $5. A Swim M arathon w ill be held at the H azlet Sw im and Tennis Club to benefit the A m erican C ancer Society. The film “ F ractured F a m ­ ilie s” w ill be show n at 9:15 a.m . at the F irst B aptist Church of M ataw an, 232 M ain St.

Monday, August 4 A B rea stfeed in g C ourse w ill be offered 8-10:30 p.m . in cla ssro o m s A and B a t B ay­ shore C om m unity H ospital, H olm del. The fee is $15. F or m ore inform ation: 739-5993. T yping for T eens, a 10-day cou rse w ill b e offered 7-9:30 a .m . M ondays, T u esd ays, and T hursdays until Aug. 25 a t B ro o k d a le C om m unity C o lle g e , L in c r o f t , M id ­ dletown. The fee is $65 plus te x t b o o k s . T o r e g is t e r : 842-1900, extension 315. A B rea stfeed in g cou rse w ill be offered 8-10:30 p.m . at B a y sh o r e C om m u n ity H ospital, H olm del. The fee is $15. The course w ill be of­ fered in classroom s A and B. F o r m o r e in f o r m a tio n : 739-5919.



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Tuesday, August 5 The A lzheim er’s F a m ily Support Group w ill begin a new series of eight w eekly m eetings 2-3:30 p.m . at the P oliak Clinic for Outpatient S e r v i c e s o f. M o n m o u th M e d ic a l C e n t e r , T h ir d A venue, Long B ranch. Led by two psychotherap ists, the group is intended for fam ily m em b ers or others w ho care for v ictim s of A lzh eim er’s d isease. The fee is $45. For registration or m ore infor­ m a t io n : S h a r o n C la y , 870-5053. A B a t t y E v e n in g to o b s e r v e th e f a s c in a t in g m a m m a ls fly in g a ro u n d fields, w ill be held 8-9 p.m . at th e M u rra y F a r m h o u s e , P oricy P ark, Oak Hill Road, M iddletown. Bring a law n chair and dress for a hike. If it rains, the group w ill m eet a t the N ature Center. The program is fr e e ; no reg istra ­ tion is required. F or m ore in­ form ation: 842-5966. A11 the World L oves a Clown, a course on the art of clow ning, w ill be offered 7-10 p.m . T u esdays, today-Aug. 26, a t B rookdale Com m unity C o lle g e , L in c r o ft , M id ­ dletown. The $30 fee does not in c l u d e m a t e r i a l s . T o register: 842-1900, extension 315. A ppalachian basketry w ill be taught 9 a.m .-noon today and Thursday at B rookdale C om m unity C ollege, L in­ croft, M iddletown. The $28 fee includes m aterials. To register: 842-1900, exten sion 315. A fr e e b o a tin g s a fe ty course w ill be held today and T uesday at the Sandy Hook C oast Guard Station. Offered I by the C oast Guard Aux­ il i a r y , the sessio n s w ill begin la t 7 p.m . and last three hours lea ch . To register: Larry |Sh eldon, 232-1100. P aren ts Without P artners ayshore Chapter 644 w ill tiold a cocktail party and dance a t 8 p.m . a t the Town and C ountry R esta u ra n t, toute 35, K eyport. The cost f s $3 for m em b ers and $5 for prospective m em b ers. For lo re inform ation: 495-5604.

Wednesday, August 6 Super sitter, a cou rse on babysitting, w ill be offered 9 a.m .-4 p.m . at B a y sh o re Community Hospital, H olm ­ del. The $30 fee includes a ll m aterials and refresh m en ts. The cou rse w ill include the sssen tials of infant care, as well a s child cardio-pulnonary r e s u s c ita tio n . Registration is required. For n ore inform ation: 739-5990.

T he M a ta w a n -A b erd een P u b lic L ibrary Board of T rustees w ill m eet at 8 p.m . in the library, 165 M ain St. P o sta g e Stam p R afts for children aged 3-5 w ill be held 10:30-11:15 a .m . a t th e M ataw an-A berdeen P u b lic L ibrary, M ain Street. It is part of a free program spon­ sored by th e G FW C M ataw an Junior W om an’s Club. C lasses a re lim ited in size. To register: 583-9100. The Union Beach M issing and E x p lo ited C h ild ren ’s C om m ission w ill m eet at 8 p.m . at Borough Hall, 650 P oole Ave. The m eetin g is open to the public.

Thursday, August 7 “ S tress: R eco g n izin g it and D ealin g With, it E ffe c ­ tiv e ly ” w ill be the topic at 7 p.m . a t the m onthly m eetin g of the A lzh eim er’s Com­ m u n ity I n t e r e s t S u p p ort Group of M onmouth M edical Center, Long Branch. The m eetin g w ill be held in room 206 of the S tanley Wing. For m ore inform ation: 870-5121. R ecovery Inc., a self-help group for people w ith ner­ vous sym p tom s and fears, w ill m eet a t 8 p .m . a t Cross of Glory L utheran Church, C a m b rid g e D r iv e , A b er­ deen. N ew m em b ers are w e lc o m e . For free lite r a tu r e : R ecovery an sw erin g serv ice, 766-7466. A L esson in the M aking of an A nim ated Cartoon, a free program , w ill be presented a t 7 p.m . at the M atawanA b erdeen P u b lic L ibrary, 165 Main St. Gerry D vorak, an a n im a to r for H annaB a r b e ra an d P a r a m o u n t P ictu res, w ill speak. For m ore inform ation: Bonnie Chernin, 583-9100. A pediatric pre-adm ission tour w ill be held at 10:30 a.m . at R iverview M edical Center, Red Bank. F or m ore inform ation or registration: 530-2417.

Friday, August 8 S a b b a th s e r v i c e s w ill begin at 8:30 p.m . at T em ple Beth Ahm, 550 Lloyd Rd.. A berdeen, The B ereavem en t Group of B a y sh o r e C om m u n ity H ospital, H oldm el, w ill m eet at 9:30 a.m . in the third-floor m eetin g room. F or m ore in­ fo rm ation : 739-5993. A puppet show w ill be held 1:30-2 p.m . at the Sper­ m aceti Cove; V isitor Center, Sandy Hook. R eservation s a r e not n e e d e d fo r in ­ dividuals. The program is free. For m ore inform ation: 872-0115. A $12 registration fee is due today for Beginning Ten­ nis Instruction, w hich w ill be conducted M ondays-Thursdays, Aug. 11-21 by the Colts N eck R ecreation C om m it­ tee. C lasses w ill be held at C onover R oad T e n n is Center. T im es a re 9-9:45 a .m . fo r b e g in n e r s , k in d e r g a r t e n -g r a d e 4; 10-10:45 a .m . for beginners, grades 5-8; and 11-11:45 a.m . for in term ediate students in all grades. F or m ore infor­ m ation: 780-6666.

A Junior R an gers pro­ gram for children aged 7-12 w ill b e held IQ a,m .-2 p.m . at the Sperm aceti Cove Visitor Center, Sandy Hook. R eser­ vations and a paren t’s per­ m ission slip are n ecessary. The program is free. For m ore inform ation: 872-0115.

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S a b b a th s e r v i c e s w ill begin at 9:30 a .m . at T em ple Beth Ahm, 550 Lloyd Rd., A b e r d e e n . M in c h a a n d m aariv w ill start at 5:30 p.m .

T he P o st M a ste c to m y / P o st L um pectom y Support Group w ill m eet at 7 p.m . in the clin ic w aitin g area at R iverview M edical Center, Red Bank. F or m ore infor­ m ation: 530-2382.

The Molly P itch er Stitch­ ers Quilting Guild w ill m eet at 7:30 p.m . F or m ore infor­ m ation: 446-1144 or 367-8779.

Monday, August 11 T he M iddletow n School D istrict w ill hold athletic p hysicals for all North and South high school football team s, including freshm en, 8 a.m .-noon at the M iddletown High School North g y m ­ nasium . “ P u z z le P a n d e m o n iu m and Book B ingo” is the title of a program for children in grades 1-5 to be held at 4 p.m . at the H azlet L ibrary, 251 Middle Rd. A dvance reg ­ istration is required. For m ore inform ation: 264-7164.

Tuesday, August 12 P arents Without P artners B ayshore Chapter 644 will hold a g en era l m e etin g , cocktail party, and dance at 8 p .m . a t D on Q u ixote R e s t a u r a n t , R o u t e 34, M ataw an. T he cost is $3 for m em b ers and $5 for prospec­ tive m em bers. F or m ore in­ form ation: 495-5604. T he M iddletow n School D istrict w ill hold ath letic p hysicals for all High School N orth and South so ccer, cro ss country, and g y m ­ n a s t ic s te a m s , in clu d in g fresh m en , and T hom pson School grad es 7 and 8 boys soccer 8 a.m .-noon at the M id d leto w n H igh S ch o o l North gym nasium . (Continued on P a g e

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T he C ard iac Club w ill m e e t a t 7 :3 0 p .m . in classroom s 3 and 4 of the B laisd ell C enter for H ealth R e s o u r c e s a t R iv e r v ie w M edical Center, R ed Bank. F o r m o r e in f o r m a tio n : 530-2417.

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T e n n is in s tr u c tio n for Colts N eck children w ill begin today at the Conover Road Tennis Center. S es­ sions will be held M onday through Thursday for two w eeks. For m ore inform a­ tion: 780-6666.

Starting Over Singles w ill hold a dance at 8 p.m . at ihe Shore Point Inn, Route 35, Hazlet. A dm ission, w hich in­ cludes a buffet, is $5.

A s u p p o r t g r o u p fo r parents and guardians of c h il d r e n w ith s e iz u r e disorders w ill m eet 7-9 p.m . at the Borden Auditorium , M onmouth M edical Center, Long Branch. For m ore in­ fo r m a tio n : S u e T r e c a te , 870-5216.

S tories about crea tu res from the sea and land w ill be told 10-10:30 a .m . at the S p e r m a c e ti C ove V isito r Center, Sandy Hook. R eser­ vations a re not needed for in­ dividuals. T he program is A trip for seniors to an free. F or m ore inform ation: Amish area w ill depart to­ 872-0115. day from the M iddletown A reen actm en t of a turnSenior Center and B ayshore Branch. The $26.75 price in­ o f-th e -c e n tu r y sh ip w r e c k cludes lunch at P lain and rescu e w ill be presented 6-7 Fancy R estaurant, transpor­ p.m . at the Sp erm aceti Cove tation, taxes, and gratu ities, V isitor Center, Sandy Hook. as w ell a s a three-hour tour and free cookbook. For m ore T o P la c e Y ou r information: 671-3100, exten ­ sion 214. C l a s s if i e d A d The Colts N eck R ecreation C om m ittee w ill m eet at 8 p.m. at Township Hall.

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(Continued from P a g e 7) The B etter B reathers Club and Support Group w ill m eet a W :3 0 p.m . in the fourthfloor ea st nursing station at B ayshore Com m unity Hos­ pital, H olm del. F or m ore in­ form ation: 739-5993. The R AP A rthritis Support Group w ill m eet at 7:30 p.m . in the boardroom at R iver­ view M edical Center, Red B ank. F or m ore inform a­ tion: 530-2417.

Wednesday, August 13 T h e M iddletow n School D istrict w ill hold athletic p hysicals for all High School N orth girls sports, including field hockey, cross country, te n n is , g y m n a s t ic s ,- an d cheerleading, and B ayshore School grad es 7 and 8 girls fie ld h o ck ey and c h e e rleading 8 a.m .-noon at the M id d leto w n H igh S ch o o l North gym nasium . The B ereavem en t Group o f B a y sh o r e C om m u n ity H ospital, H oldm el, w ill m eet at 7:30 p .m . in the fourthfloor e a st nursing station. F o r m o r e in f o r m a tio n : 739-5993. P r e se r v in g S u m m er’s Bounty, a dem onstration of Colonial pickling and jam m aking, w ill be presen ted 7-9 p.m . a t the M urray F arm ­ house, P oricy P ark, Oak Hill Road, M iddletown. The pro­ gram is free; no registration is required. F or m ore infor­ m ation: 842-5966. The C ancer Support Group w ill m eet a t 7:30 p.m . in the fourth-floor e a st nursing sta ­ tion a t B aysh ore Com m unity H ospital, Holmrtel. For m ore inform ation: 739-5993.

Stories about crea tu res from the sea and land w ill be told 10-10:30 a.m . at the S p e r m a c e ti C ove V isito r Center, Sandy Hook. R eser­ vations a r e not needed for in­ dividuals. The program is free. F or m ore inform ation: 872-0115. R ecovery Inc., a self-help group for people with ner­ vous sym p tom s and fears, w ill m eet at 8 p.m . a l Cross of Glory Lutheran Church, C a m b rid g e D r iv e , A b er­ deen. N ew m em b ers are w e lc o m e . For free lite r a tu r e : R ecovery a n sw erin g ser v ic e , 766-7466. T he M id d letow n School D istrict w ill hold athletic p h ysicals for all High School South girls sports, including field hockey, cross country, te n n is , g y m n a s t ic s , and c h eerlea d in g , and Thorne School grad es 7 and 8 girls fie ld h o c k e y and c h e e r ­ leading 8 a.m .-noon at the M id d le to w n H igh S ch o o l North gym nasium . The Central Shore Chapter of Deborah H ospital Founda­ tion w ill m eet a t 7:30 p.m . at the Shore P oint Inn, Route 35, H azlet. T h e D ia b e t ic S u p p o r t Group w ill m e e t a t 7:30 p.m . in con feren ce room B at B aysh ore Com m unity Hos­ pital, H olm del. F or m ore in­ form ation: 739-5993. Auditions for the Garden S tate Singers w ill be held at 8 . p.m . at the M onmouth Con­ servatory Studios, 26 B road St., R ed Bank. The group is a sm a ll en sem b le d irected by E lizab eth H ellw ig. For an appointm ent: J a n et K auf­ m an, 679-2693.

Friday August 15

F low ers of the Stream bank, an annual hike along P oricy Brook, w ill be held at 10 a .m . at P o ricy P ark, Oak Hill Road, M iddletown. P a r­ ticipants w ill m eet at the F o ssil B eds on M iddletown Lincroft Road. The program is free; no registration is re­ quired. For m ore inform a­ tion: 842-5966.

T he G a rd en S ta te Nu V oice Club for la ry n g ec­ tom ees w ill m eet at 9 a.m . at R iverview M edical Center, Red Bank. For m ore infor­ m ation: Ed S aville, 566-6632.

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A tw o-w eek exhibition of color photography w ill begin w ith a public opening 7-9 p.m . at the Art A llian ce of M onmouth County, 101 Mon­ mouth St., R ed Bank. Gary Slaw sky, H azlet, and Andy W a lsh , R ed B a n k , w ill display their work. G allery h o u r s a r e n o o n -4 p .m . T uesdays-Saturdays. A dm is­ sion is free.

Tours of the O bstetrics Unit w ill be conducted at 1:30 and 2:30 p.m . at R iver­ view M edical Center, Red Bank. Tours w ill lea v e from the m ain lobby. A new birth­ ing room w ill b e included on the tour. For m ore inform a­ tion: 530-2417. The Happy D ays String Band w ill g ive a free concert from 7 to 8:30 p.m . at F irem a n ’s P ark, W. Front Street, Keyport. The concert is sponsored by the Keyport R ecreation C om m ission.

The Stroke Club w ill m eet at 10:30 a.m . in N euberger au d itoriu m at R iv e r v ie w M edical Center, R ed Bank. F o r m o r e in f o r m a tio n : 530-2417.

A P repared B ig Broth­ e r /B ig S ister cla ss w ill be h e ld 4 -5 :3 0 p .m . in classroom s 3 and 4 at R iver­ view M edical Center, Red B a n k . T h e p r o g r a m is d esign ed to help p aren ts prepare their children for a new baby. R egistration is n ecessary. F or m ore infor­ m ation: 530-2417. The Union Beach M issing and E x p lo ited C h ild ren ’s C om m ission w ill m eet at 8 p.m . at Borough H all, 650 P oole Ave. The m eetin g is open to the public. The M iddletown Township Library Board of T rustees w ill m eet at 7 p.m . at the Main Library, 55 New Mon­ mouth Rd.

Thursday, August 14 A uto M a in ten a n c e and R epair, a free program , w ill be presented at 7 p.m . at the M ataw an-A berdeen P u b lic Library, 165 Main St. The sp ea k er w ill be R ichard W a ln o ck , a p r o fe s s io n a l m echanic for 11 y ea rs and autom otive repair instructor at the M ataw an R egional High School Adult E ducation P rogram . F or m ore infor­ m ation : B on n ie C hernin, 583-9100.

T he M id d letow n School D istrict w ill hold ath letic p h ysicals for B aysh ore and Thorne School grad es 7 and 8 boys soccer 8-9:30 a.m . at the M iddletown High School N o r th g y m n a s iu m . P h y sica ls w ill be held 9:30 a .m .-n o o n fo r T h om p son School grad es 7 and 8 girls fie ld h o c k e y and c h e e r ­ lead ers. A Junior R an gers pro­ gram for children a g ed 7-12 w ill be held 10 a .m .-2 p.m . at the S p erm aceti Cove Visitor Center, Sandy Hook. R eser­ vations and a paren t’s per­ m ission slip a re n ecessa ry . The program is free. For m ore inform ation: 872-0115. A puppet show w ill be held 1:30-2 p.m . at the Sper­ m aceti Cove V isitor Center, Sandy Hook. R eservation s a r e n ot n e e d e d fo r in ­ dividuals. The program is free. F or.m ore inform ation: 872-0115. H o ly F a m il y C h u r c h , R oute 36, H azlet, w ill spon­ sor a 50’s Concert a t 9 p.m. T he D u p rees, the D ubs, R eparata, and the D el Rons w ill apppear. A c la ssic car show w ill be held at 7 :30 p.m . T ickets a re $12.50. For m ore in fo r m a tio n : 739-9250 or 739-0146.

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Tuesday, August 19 P aren ts Without P artners B ayshore Chapter 644 w ill hold a fund-raising cocktail party and dan ce at 8:30 p.m . a t the Club B ene, R oute 35, Sayreville. Joe M cG rath’s band w ill be featured. The cost is $5 for m em b ers and $7 for gu ests. For m ore infor­ m ation: 495-5604.

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Saturday, August 16 W eight A w ay, a w eightlo s s p r o g r a m s t r e s s i n g behavior m odification, w ill hold open house at 10 a.m . in the B la isd e ll C enter for Health R esou rces at R iver­ view M edical Center, Red Bank. F o r m ore inform a­ tion: 530-2358.

A L a m a z e C h ild b ir th P r e p a r a tio n C o u rse w ill begin today at B aysh ore C o m m u n ity H o s p it a l , Holm del. Six w eekly se s­ sions w ill be held 8-10:30 p.m . M ondays until Sept. 22 in C onference R oom A. The fee is $75 per couple. To register: 739-5919.

A L a m a z e c h il d b ir t h p r e p a r a tio n c o u r s e w ill begin today and run for six w eek ly sessio n s until Sept. 22 a t B a y sh o r e C om m u n ity H o s p ita l, H o lm d e l. T h e c la s s e s w ill ta k e p la c e 8-10:30 p.m . M ondays in con­ feren ce room A. P a rtic i­ pants take the course during the la st three m onths of pregnancy. The fee is $75 per couple. To register: 739-5993.

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Keyport waterfront proposal gets warm county reception B y S eam us McGraw FREEH O LD A proposal that could set th e s t a g e fo r r e n e w e d d evelop m en t o f K eyp ort’s w aterfront receiv ed a w arm reception la st w eek from the C o u n ty B o a r d o f F r e e ­ holders. T h e p la n , o u tlin ed by B orough A ttorn ey J a m e s G orm an, w ould exten d F irst S t r e e t to c o n n e c t w ith A m erican L egion D rive. T h e p ro p o sa l, G orm an s a id , co u ld s e r v e a s a c a ta ly st for p rivate develop­ m ent of w aterfront areas. “ You have to open up the w a t e r f r o n t to p la n fo r

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d evelop m en t,” he said. “ K eyport h a s a strong b ase to build on,” Gorman said. The w aterfront now hosts a ctiv e m arin as, he said , and com m ercial estab lish m en ts a re located nearby. B ut so m e rehabilitation is required, G orm an said. T he plan, he said, has been endorsed by the m ayor and Borough Council. B ut b ecau se F ir st Street is a county road, county ap­ proval m u st a lso be secured. G orm an la st w eek asked the F reeh old ers to finance part of the project. The p roject w as orginally

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W alsh’s photographs of soap bubbles, w ater sur­ fa c es, and stereo im ages won first p lace in the 1984 Annual S cien ce Photography C ontest, sponsored by the A m erican A ssn. for the Ad­ v a n c e m e n t o f S c ie n c e . S cien ce 84 M agazine h as a lso p u b lish ed s e v e r a l of h is photographs. A dm ission to the g a llery is free. The hours a r e noon-4 p .m . T uesdays-Saturdays.

The w ork of tw o local p h o to g r a p h e r s w ill be displayed Aug. 16-30 a t the Art A lliance of Monmouth County. A public opening w ill be held 7-9 p.m . Aug. 16 for the show , w hich fea tu res color p h o to g r a p h s by G ary Slaw sky, H azlet, and Andy W alsh, R ed Bank. Slaw sky, president of the M onm outh C am era Club, has won sev era l aw ard s for h is p h o to g r a p h s. H is s p e c ia ltie s in clu d e sc e n ic su b jects and candid por­ traits.

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T o P la c e Y o u r C la s s ifie d A d C a ll 739-1010 B e tw e e n 9 a .m . a n d 5 p .m .

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The M anhattans w ill perforin a t 9 p .m . Saturday a t the Club B ene D inner T heater, R oute 35, S a yreville. An optional din­ ner w ill be serv ed at 7 p .m . F or m ore inform ation or to m ake reservation s: 727-3000

507 Front St. • Union B u c h , N.J.

Lunch • Dinner • Cocktails ' 888-1515

2 6 4 -9 6 0 4

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a t C lu b B e n e

W h o le Lo b ste r D in n e r $9.95

SAYREVILLE The M anhattans, sequined sultans of soul, w ill perform a t 9 p .m . Saturday a t the Club B en e D inner T heatre on R oute 35. An optional dinner w ill be serv ed a t 7 p.m . The group, w hich took its n am e from the popular liba­ tion and not from the island in N ew York Harbor, hails from J e rse y City. A fter 2 2 y e a rs in the m u sic b usiness, the nam e of its 11 th album , “ Too Hot to Stop It,” tak es on new m eaning. The group h a s co m e to be regarded a s travelin g am ­ bassadors of the red, w hite, rhythm and blues. Its chain o f hits include the G ra m m y A w ard w in n in g “ Shining S ta r ,” “ C ra zy ,” and their rendition of the Sam Cooke c la ssic , “ You Send M e.’” F or m ore inform ation or to m ak e reservation s: 727-3000.

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M a r i n a r a $3 . 9 5

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MIDDLETOWN The B rookdale Communi­ ty C ollege Sym phonic Band w ill p resen t a con cert of “ pops” favorites a t 7 p.m . Aug. 17 on the law n near parking lots 1 an d 2 . The band, under the direc­ tion of Joseph K aschek, h as p r e p a r e d a v a r ie ty of popular band p ie c es from Souza m a rch es to B roadw ay m ed leys.

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Specials from$10.95to$11.95. HOURS: L u n c h e o n , n o o n t o 3 p .m ., D in n e r , 4 to 10 p .m ., M o n . to F r i . ; S a t. l l a .m . to 11 p .m .; S un . n oo n to 9 p .m . B a n q u e t r o o m a v a ila b le t o a c c o m m o d a te 50 to 300 p e o p le in a n a t u r a l, o u td o o r s e t tin g .

CHOW DER POT RESTAURANTS - N o w 7 lo c a tio n s . E n jo y " A L L Y O U C A N E A T " s h r im p , s h r im p , s h r im p , s a la d , c h o w d e r a n d d e s s e rt b a r |in a c o z y n a u t ic a l a tm o s p h e r e . E n tjre e s f r o m $8.50, lig h t e a t e r s f r o m $7.95. S p e c ia ls M o n d a y • T h u r s d a y . M o s t m a jo r c r e d it c a r d s a c c e p te d . H o b r s : M o n . T h u r s . 4 to 9 :3 0 , D in n e r F iji. S at. 4 11 p .m ., S un. 12 to 9. K e y ip o rt 739-2002, O ld B r id g e 583-3434, N e p tu n e C ity 988-3733, H o w e ll 367-2060, E a s t W in d s o r (6 0 9 ) 443-8310, T in t o n F falls 542-9381, B r ic k t o w n 255-6365.

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to 1:30 a.m. Saturday and Mas,

S O D A N O ’S Pizzeria & Restaurant 508 Cliffwood Ave. Cliffwood, N.J.

R a y to p la y a t C lu b B e n e

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c o ld h o rs d 'o e u v r e s , d in n e r s e rv e d f r o m 5 p .m . to 10 p .m ., w e e k e n d s to 11 p .m E n te r ta in m e n t: n ig h ts .

Fri. & Sat.

DON'T MISS

T H E I R O N S ID E P U B , 300 U n io n A v e ., U n io n B e a c h , 264-9604. S e r v in g L u n c h C h a r b r o ile d ' B u r g e r s f e a t u r e d a s w e ll a s o u r fa m o u s J u m b o S h r im p C o c k t a il. V e a l d is h e s a ls o fe a t u r e d . D a ily S p e c ia ls . N o w A c c e p t in g M a s te r C h a rg e , V is a , and A m e r ic a n E x p r e s s .

and Dinners.

TH E G R EA T EST FUN

M C K I T T R I C K 'S SEAFOOD AND S T E A K H O U S E , R t. 35 - L a u r e n c e H a r ­ b o r, 566-2683. U n iq u e S u r f a n d T u r f c o m b in a tio n s w e ll a s s e a fo o d , s te a k s a n d R o a s t L .l. D u c k lin g . S h r im p , s h r i m p , s h r im p , a ll y o u c a n e a t f o r lu n c h a n d d in n e r a r e fe a t u r e d a lo n g w it h a w e ll s to c k e d s o u p a n d s a la d b a r . C o c k ta ils , b e e r, a nd . a v a ila b le . c a r d s a c c e p te d . E n t e r t a in m e n t T h u r s ., F r i . , S a t. & S un. L e is u r e d in in g . N o w e x p a n d e d m e n u .

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A N N IV E R S A R Y 12 NOON TO MIDNIGHT

Y E C O T T A G E I N N , 149 W . F r o n t S t., K e y p o r t , 264-1263. S e a fo o d s p e c ia ltie s B a y s id e d in in g , n a u t ic a l a tm o s p h e r .95. L u n ­ c h e o n s p e c ia ls . B a n q u e t f a c i lit ie s f o r 10 to 200 p e o p le . N a u t ic a l c o c k ta il lo u n g e . M a jo r c r e d it c a r d s a c c e p te d . S u n d a y 12 to 10 p .m . C o m p le te d in n e r s s t a r t i n g a t $7.95.

Complete dinners from $8

SAYREVILLE R ay S teven s, a sin g er and so n g w riter, w ill p erform Aug. 23 at the Club B en e D in ­ ner T heatre, R oute 3 5 . T h e p e r fo r m a n c e w ill m ark S te v e n s’ debut a t Club Bene. S tev en s’ strin g of hits in­ clude “ E veryth in g is B eau ti­ fu l,” “ Ahab the A rab ,” and the “S trea k er.” H e w ill perform a t 7:30 a n d « ll:3 0 p .m . An optional dinner w ill be serv ed a t 6 and 10 p.m . F or further inform ation or to m a k e r e s e r v a t i o n s : 727-3000.

H rs. Sun. - T hurs. 11-11

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84th Highland Bagpipe Marching Band Benji - The Loveable Park Dog Free Gifts

1 MILE OF BEACH, BOARDWALK & FUN

7, 8:45

KEANSBURG AMUSEMENT PARK

Top Gun

P.O. Box 156 Keansburg, New Je rse y 07734 Exit 117, G.S. Pkwy. 495-1400

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Free Admission & So Close To Home

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HOUSE CALLS M on m o u th & M iddlesex Counties

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out of town to launch your boat. This w ay, if people w ant to put their boat in the w ater, th ey c a n .” Stoppiello sa id h e is not oppossed to a boat-launching area, “ a s long a s it’s done properly.” A ccord in g to the S tate D ept, of E nvironm ental P ro­ tection, a m u n icip ality can ­ not en cou rage a m ak esh ift boat ram p, the m ayor said. “ If w e w anted an official boat ra m p ,” Stoppiello said, “w e ’d h a v e to apply to the D E P for a perm it. D iC icca m ain tain s that the project is w ithin the D E P ’s guidelines. “ The D E P had no objec­ tions to the p ro ject,” h e said. “ T h a t’s w h at C ouncilm an (John) K eating reported at la st w eek ’s m e e tin g .” D iC icca said that he had not spoken to anyone from the D E P or seen an y official correspondence. A D E P sp ok esm an w as not av a ila b le for com m ent.

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Stoppiello sa id he plans to ask the D E P to in sp ect the project. The co st of the project in­ cluded $3,000 for labor and equipm ent, $1,050 for stone, and $340 for fill dirt. Stoppiello m ain tain s that the m oney could h a v e been spent w iser. “ We need sid ew alk s along the beachfront,” Stoppiello said, “ arid there a re a lot of potholes in the borough that could be fille d .” As he spoke, the m ayor pointed to num erous crack s in the sid ew alk along Union Avenue. D iC icca again disagreed , m aintaining the project w as a w ise u se of m oney. “ It w a s a quick jo b ,” he said, “ and it required no engin eerin g w ork .” Stoppiello a lso m aintains th a t so m e o n e u n fa m ilia r w ith the borough could e a si­ ly w ind up in the bay. “ A stran ger in town would think the lot w a s a road ,” he said, “ and would drive right into the bay ” When inform ed of the co m ­ m en t, D iC icca sa id that som eon e would h ave to be “ a sin in e” to drive into the bay. The g ra v el lot is approx­ im a tely a s w ide as the sur­ rounding roads, and th ere is no sign indicating the prox­ im ity of the w ater. B etw een the lot and the bay, lies a 35-ft. stretch of sand. Stoppiello sa id he is not op­ posed to the concept of a boat ram p. “ I w ould be in favor of boat ra m p ,” he said, “ com ­ parable to K eyport’s. R esi­ dents would have a p la ce to launch their boats, and the ram p could bring in m oney for the borough.”

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Form er St. John Vianney High School catcher John Panko compiled impressive s ta t i s t i c s th is y e a r in District 19 of the Delaware V alley L eag u e N atio n al Assn. of In te rc o lle g ia te Athletics. P a n k o ’s .404 b a ttin g a v e ra g e w as the sixthhighest in the district.He also ranked eighth in hitting doubles and led the district in putouts with 171. He is a sophomore a t the P h ila d e lp h ia C ollege of Pharm acy and Sciences.

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Middletown’s Stafford Tire softball team Sunday captured its second state championship in four years, defeating McDowell’s 3-2. The Tiremen are now bound for Spokane, Wash., and the national championships. (Photo courtesy of Joe Shannon)

Stafford Tire captures state championship MIDDLETOWN For the second tim e in four years, Stafford Tire has cap­ tu re d th e s ta te so ftb all championship, winning all four of its gam es along the way. In the first game, the Tiremen cam e from behind to beat E l Coqui, 5-2,with a solid blast by Greg Seaman, an rbi triple by Mark Kenney and a sacrifice fly by Scott “ the Scooter” Moran.

Prizes offered to children for sand castles MIDDLETOWN Sand architects aged 5-13 may win prizes for their sand castles this summ er. The M onmouth County P ark System and Haagen Dazs Ice Cream Shoppe of Red Bank are offering prizes for originality. C o n testan ts m ay send b la c k -a n ^ l-w h ite p h o to ­ graphs of the progress of construction on a Monmouth County beach and the com­ pleted creation. Winners will be selected in the following age categories: 5-7, 8-10, and 11-13. E ntries will be accepted until Aug. 15. There is a $2 entry fee. No photos will be returned. For m ore information and official entry forms: Mon­ mouth County P ark System at 842-4000.

In the second game, staiford pounded out 18 hits, crushing Casagrande, 12-1. In the winners’ bracket finals, the Tiremen tread omMcDowells, 8-1. F rank Pinho picked up two hits and three rbis, while John Regan went 3-fo- 4 with two ribbies. In the championship game with McDowell’s, Mark Ken­ ney picked up his second hit of the series, driving in the winning run. Stafford topped McDow ell’s, 3-2. Stafford now goes on to the n a tio n a l c h a m p io n sh ip s, scheduled for Labor Day weekend in Spokane, Wash.

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